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City Night Songs

  Checkpoint Theatre with NUS Stage  
  Sat 10 & Sun 11 Mar | 8pm | UCC Theatre
  $23 & $16 Book Tickets
  Advisory: Mature content and language. Suitable for 16 years and above
Seven friends from Singapore, Bombay, Surabaya and Hong Kong weave together stories and songs to create a raw, authentic and affecting snapshot of an Asian city after dark.

City Night Songs is by turns hilarious, beautiful, provocative and moving. It will find its place with anyone who has faced the night and all its promise, pleasure and pain.

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Solo / Duet

  T.H.E Dance Company  
  Fri 16 & Sat 17 Mar | 8 pm | UCC Theatre
  $23 & $16 Book Tickets
  This programme is eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy
Three choreographers, Wu Yi-San - formerly with City Contemporary Dance Company; Davit Fitrik from Indonesia and Singaporean Jeffrey Tan will offer us glimpses into their lives as urbanites through exciting new dance works created for solos and duets. A co-presentation between CFA and T.H.E Dance Company, Solo/ Duet is the inaugural presentation of a unique global artistic collaboration between local and overseas artists.

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Funeral 《中式葬礼》

  NUS Chinese Drama  
  Wed 21 Mar | 8 pm | UCC Theatre
  $19 & $16 Book Tickets
  Performed in Mandarin with English surtitles
Are funerals grandiose farewells to the deceased or symbolic atonement of regrets and guilt for the living? Funeral finds out whether traditional funerals have the same meaning and significance in today’s pragmatic times. Scripted by NUS Chinese Drama, Funeral brings together a cast of talented student actors directed by Zelda Tatiana Ng and mentored by Li Xie, principal tutor of NUS Chinese Drama.

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godeatgod 2012

  The Necessary Stage  
  Sat 24 & Sun 25 Mar | 8 pm | UCC Theatre
  $23 & $16 Book Tickets
Advisory: Strong language used
Created as a response to 9/11, godeatgod is a layered and moving exploration of power, sexuality, spirituality and survival in the post-traumatic world. godeatgod is an intimate, personal and at times funny exposition about trying to live a better life; a take on censorship in the context of art; and an examination of love and grief.

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